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On-trend Timber: Oak-framed Porch Extensions - Benefits, Types, Treatment & Maintenance

Oak-framed porch extensions have boomed in popularity and are on-trend for 2019 and beyond. With a practical element, their natural elegance lends them towards many houses - and did you know that they can also add value to your property?

Biomass Wood Pellets FAQ: Everything You Need To Know

As the largest stockist of wood pellets in the North East, here’s our go-to guide - almost everything you’ll need to know about wood pellets to prepare for the winter, and where to get them!

Solid Hardwood Vs. Engineered Flooring: Which Is the Right Choice for Me?

If you’re looking to choose the right timber for your flooring project, chances are you’ll be choosing between solid hardwood flooring and engineered flooring. So how will you decide which timber type is right for you? Hopefully, our quick and easy guide will help.

Benefits of Choosing Timber Framed Buildings

Every year, thousands of builders opt for timber-framed structures over the standard brick and block. The number of timber framed buildings is increasing, and this is due to a number of factors:

Shiplap vs. Tongue & Groove: Which Profile Is Best?

Two of the most popular types of cladding are shiplap and tongue & groove choosing between them can be a difficult task. Shiplap and tongue & groove refers to how the panels fit together. This can produce different properties in terms of strength, structural integrity and appearance.

A Handy Guide To Cladding – A Natural and Attractive Insulator

Timber cladding provides designers and architects with a unique combination of practical, aesthetic and also environmental advantages.

Get Decked Out For Summer

If you are interested in building a new deck extension to your home, we would recommend timber decking. The wonderful thing about timber is that (as long as looking great) it can increase the value of your home.